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It’s Official: Monday Has Been the Hottest Day This Summer

The National Weather Service measured a temperature of 38 degrees Celsius in Derekegyház, in southern Hungary, which is 0,5 degrees hotter than this year’s previous record, with 37.5 degrees Celsius measured in Tiszaalpár in early July. It was hot all through the country as they measured around 35 degrees everywhere. However, the daily …

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Viktor Orbán’s son-in-law amongst the top 100 wealthiest of Hungary

István Tiborcz, Hungarian Prime Minister VIktor Orbán’s son-in-law made his debut on the list of the top 100 wealthiest businessmen at the 32nd place. According to napi.hu‘s assessment, he is worth 35 billion Forints (~€107 million) and he is the youngest person on the list. István Tiborcz’s wealth grew mostly …

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Donald Trump and Viktor Orbán to meet in Washington on 13 May

Hungary’s Minister of Foreign Affairs confirmed to origo.hu that: US President Donald Trump had invited Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán for a working visit in Washington on 13 May. The meeting will be about energy security, US-Hungarian defence cooperation and bilateral relations, and questions of security in the region. Earlier, …

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Peopleʼs Party suspends Fidesz with immediate effect

Hungaryʼs governing populist party Fidesz has been suspended by the centre-right European Peopleʼs Party (EPP), the biggest political grouping in the European Parliament, after a vote triggered by what many member parties see as Fideszʼs defiance of EU policies and EPP values, according to breaking reports Wednesday evening. In an …

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CEU Reaccredited!

The Hungarian Accreditation Committee (MAB) has reaccredited the Central European University’s (CEU) Hungarian entity (Kozep-europai Egyetem), according to a statement released by the Budapest-based university. “Our university is proud to have secured reaccreditation here in Hungary, where we belong. We’re delighted that we’re ranked among the world’s top universities in …

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